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Best Brunch Spots in America – Vine Vera Reviews

There are a number of reasons why you should look forward to brunch. For many of us, brunch offers a much needed change of pace. For the rest of us, eating late on a weekend morning is something that we hold integral to our lifestyle. Brunches are known to offer an entirely unique dining experience, which combines the best of breakfast and lunch. Vine Vera Skincare brings you an exciting list of the most exciting, delicious and varied brunches in the US.

Salad with poached egg and shrimp.

La Condesa, Austin
La Condesa is considered to be the best destination in Austin for anyone interested in the Mexican cuisine. It features a brightly lit dining room that might not be high on its décor, but certainly excels in the quality of its meals. A Spanish variation of French toast, quinoa croquettes, salsas and poached shrimp are just some of the dishes to look forward to while brunching in La Condesa.

Fried chicken and waffles with a berry drink.

Simpatica, Portland
This weekend-only restaurant is famous for its Sunday brunch and is known to have somewhat of a cult following. Dining in this exclusive restaurant might require you to wait for a really long time as the reservations are known to fill up the moment they are opened to the public. Some of the best dishes served at Simpatica include seasoned fried chicken with cakey waffles and chicken-fried bison.

Cliff’s Edge, Los Angeles
The Cliff’s Edge may have an extremely uninspiring décor for a restaurant that features in the list of the top brunch destinations in the US, but don’t let that fool you. A journey to Cliff’s Edge is as much about its meal as it is about its atmosphere. The tiki-styled patio dining combines with the Chef Vartan Abgaryan’s west coast flavors to offer one of the most unique experiences ever. French toast and lemon and ricotta pancakes are the biggest show stoppers at the restaurant.

Pasta All’Amatriciana

Maialino, New York City
Danney Meyer, the owner of Maialino takes you on an epic culinary journey to Rome through unparalleled dishes such as crispy fried artichokes, malfatti al mailino and pasta all’amatriciana with guanciale. Apart from the main cuisines, the breakfast items are also known to feature Italian dishes such as farina dolce and ricotta pancakes.

Sportello, Boston
Sportello’s highlights include otherworldly pastas and outstanding breakfast items. Some of the most popular dishes found here include brioche French toast with toasted walnuts and creamy ricotta and gnocchi in cream sauce with porcini and peas. The in-house bakery is also known to serve some of the best croissants in Boston.

Prosciutto Flatbread on a tray.

Birch & Barley, Washington D.C. 
This Logan Circle hotspot is mostly dominated by cocktails, bottomless coffee and entrée dishes. The choices range from fig and prosciutto flatbread to fried chicken and waffles.

Jam, Chicago
This uber famous food destination was made popular by its French toasts with pink peppercorns, lime leaf cream and macerated cherries. The dish is created by dipping slices of brioche into vanilla-and-malt custard and cooking them to make the insides super creamy, before being caramelizing and served on a hot pan. The dish alone is worth making a trip to Chicago.

Tradational Japanese dish - Broil with salt of salmon

Anzu, San Francisco
If you haven’t tried a Japanese breakfast before, Anzu is the perfect brunch destination to visit while in San Francisco. The restaurant is famous for its traditional Japanese dishes such as broiled salted salmon, spiced seaweed, miso soup and rice with raw eggs.